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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Honey Bee Tree, Munnar

Honey Bee Tree in Munnar
Honey Bee Tree is one of the key attractions in Munnar. It is located on the way to Mattupetty approximately 4 KM from Munnar town. It is a big tree, having many beehives hanging from multiple branches. It is one of the must visit place during Munnar vacation. As it is located on the main road, tourist finds it easy to stop over for about 30 minutes to enjoy this place and take photos. 

This huge Honey Bee Tree has more than 70 Beehives hanging from top of the tree. There are many trees nearby, but there are no Beehives in them. Though there is no proven reason why this tree attracts thousands of bees, someone said that it is because of the aroma of the flowers in that tree. This reason could be wrong, not sure. This place is one of the good view points to spend time during Munnar vacation.

The Honey Bee Tree is one of the interesting places to visit during Munnar vacation to enjoy with family and friends

28 comments:

  1. I love that bee tree! The hives are really unusual.

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  2. Interesting post dear! thanks for sharing xx

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  3. Winnie the Pooh would have a field day there! How awesome and odd it is!
    Drop by and visit me in Caneyhead!

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  4. Hello, I am glad the bees are not there. But to see 70 beehives would be interesting. I wish I could smell the aroma of the flowers. Enjoy your day and the week ahead. BTW, thank for your comment on my blog.

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  5. Interesting....this is not a dangerous area to stop and view then? I'm allergic to bee stings, I'm not sure I'd stop...but enjoyed YOUR photo and narration. I learned something today thanks to you,

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  6. What an interesting post. Thanks, probably will never get a chance to see it, but I wouls love to! THANKS

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  7. so interesting, not like anything i have ever seen before (although i am no expert on bees)!!!

    i wonder what it is about this tree....like you said, maybe the flowers!!!

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  8. Wow, that is a lot of bee activity around that tree. I'd love to know what the flowers smell like. Very interesting! Thanks for stopping by to visit, enjoy the rest of the week!

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  9. Although it would be nice to vist, it'd have to be careful, i'm allergic to stings.

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  10. What a unique and wonderful sight!

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  11. This is really intriguing. Why should all the bees flock on to one tree? And that too 70 bee hives.

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  12. What a neat tree. My husband would steer clear though because he's allergic to bees.

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  13. WOW! More than 70 beehives? I can't imagine that. I can't even imagine more than one beehive. That's amazing.

    Thank you for dropping by and commenting at Life by Chocolate.
    Be well.

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  14. Oh my, I'm allergic to the Bee, so I'd have to look from a distance. What a sight to see so many Beehives hanging from the top of the tree. It's so interesting why they would hover over this one particular tree, hmmmm.

    ~Sheri

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  15. So many beehives hanging from the trees? Amazing! I get so worry seeing just one!

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  16. I think I'd be too afraid to get close enough for photos! Thanks for stopping by. Hope you have a great weekend :)

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  17. Interesting to read about this - thank you.

    All the best Jan

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  18. Fascinating. The shape of the hives is quite different - looks almost like the structures built by wasps. Thanks for sharing this unique phenomenon. And thanks for visiting my blog.

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  19. It sounds scary with so many bees hanging around but this tree does intriguing.

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  20. Hello! Before I forget, let me thank you for discovering The Marmelade Gypsy. I'm so delighted to "meet" you!

    This Honeybee tree is fascinating and so wonderful that these bees are being protected.

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  21. Another super interesting post WW, I must admit I've never heard of a camera fee when entering a park area ☺

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